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Melbourne Sports Centres is proud to announce that several Melbourne Vicentre athletes have qualified for the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships!
These athletes have worked tirelessly over the summer months with our coaches to improve their time, technique and endurance. With Tokyo in arms reach, their training is progressing to the next level. Several of these Melbourne Sports Centres (MSAC) swim squad members are likely candidates to compete next year in July and will looking to smash their PBs in the lead up to the worldwide event.
Melbourne Sports Centres would like to congratulate the following individuals who will be competing in Adelaide over the Easter Break:
These athletes qualified for the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Swimming Championships from the Melbourne Sports Centres (MSAC) Swim Squad.
As well as;
Amelie Le Grand
These athletes qualified for the 2019 Hancock Prospecting Australian Age Swimming Championships from the Melbourne Sports Centres (MSAC) Swim Squad.
Congratulations to all participants who were awarded a uniform which consisted of the National Team Polo and National swim cap with their surname printed. Vicentre’s and Swimming Australia’s 2016 London Olympians, Kotuku Ngawati and Gold Medallist, Mack Horton presented their teammates and emerging champions with their uniform.
Tune in to 7Two from 8:30pm until April 22 to watch the finals or Live stream it here